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07-22-2016 05:26 PM
John long
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Well, the rust WAS free...what are you whining about...
My daughter does say I whimper sometimes. What can I say?

John
07-22-2016 04:12 PM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by John long View Post
LOL, I believe that is the same guy who sold me the rust free '53 Bel Air convertible!

John
Well, the rust WAS free...what are you whining about...
07-22-2016 04:00 PM
John long
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
This is a real ad on Craigslist Atlanta,
His idea of :everything works : and mine are different.

1977 corvette C3
LOL, I believe that is the same guy who sold me the rust free '53 Bel Air convertible!

John
07-22-2016 01:50 PM
Rusticcreationsme Would of almost been easier to list what does work lol
07-22-2016 11:28 AM
496CHEVY3100 This is a real ad on Craigslist Atlanta,
His idea of :everything works : and mine are different.

1977 corvette C3
07-19-2016 05:07 AM
Dragonoake
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Originally Posted by ogre View Post
you gotta love the 30s era american lefrance fire truck
I thought I saw a '40 Ford or two out there, too

Who was it that hit the wall and flipped his car completely over the grand stands and into the parking lot?
Seems to me it was a Plymouth in the early 60's
07-18-2016 07:04 AM
deadbodyman
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Originally Posted by ogre View Post
ogre likes that trailer

Me too.
07-17-2016 08:31 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by BuzzLOL View Post
Ah yes, reminds of my buddy's dad worked at a company that financed used car lots back in the day 1960's and he brought home a '65 Plymouth convertible, 30" long tubes CrossRam 413" engine, 4-speed manual, posi for his son to drive for a day... what an induction roar that engine let out... it could wake the dead... supposedly it had a new clutch... but it didn't last the day... it broke down in the middle of a 1/4 mile clearly marked out on my cousin's street... we towed it by a chain to a different spot before his Dad came to look at the mysterious problem with it... little pieces of asbestos and sheet metal were falling out the bottom of the bellhousing...

LOLOLOLOL, yes, I had plenty of those mysterious things go wrong too. When my son has had a few I am ok, just as long as no one else is involved. I don't tell him this of course, but I can talk to him letting him know that I knew how it happened.

When I think of some of the things I did with brand new cars my dad brought home, holy crap!

Brian
07-17-2016 07:09 PM
BuzzLOL Then we got this oddball Mercury Capri in 1990's which I believe was a Mazda 3 made in Japan, shipped to Australia to be made into a convertible, then shipped to USA:


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07-17-2016 07:04 PM
whinny
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Originally Posted by BuzzLOL View Post
Ah yes, reminds of my buddy's dad worked at a company that financed used car lots back in the day 1960's and he brought home a '65 Plymouth convertible, 30" long tubes CrossRam 413" engine, 4-speed manual, posi for his son to drive for a day... what an induction roar that engine let out... it could wake the dead... supposedly it had a new clutch... but it didn't last the day... it broke down in the middle of a 1/4 mile clearly marked out on my cousin's street... we towed it by a chain to a different spot before his Dad came to look at the mysterious problem with it... little pieces of asbestos and sheet metal were falling out the bottom of the bellhousing...

Brilliant story!!!!lmao
Later gator
Russ
07-17-2016 07:02 PM
whinny Brilliant , thanks for the info.
Always a cool car here too.

Layer gator
Russ
07-17-2016 06:41 PM
BuzzLOL
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Originally Posted by whinny View Post
Wow, never thought you guys got them. Thought they were only English cars , I would have loved one. Friend of mine had one . Number plate was .....isle of .......get it?

Later gator
Russ
Thought they were ALL AMERICAN ... LOL !!!




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1981 black and gold Black Magic Edition:


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07-17-2016 06:28 PM
BuzzLOL
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
And here in the US it was a Mercury Capri, I had a lot of fun in them taking them off my dad's used car lot (he managed, not owned) when I was a new driver at 16. I had a ball with those fast little cars.

Brian
Ah yes, reminds of my buddy's dad worked at a company that financed used car lots back in the day 1960's and he brought home a '65 Plymouth convertible, 30" long tubes CrossRam 413" engine, 4-speed manual, posi for his son to drive for a day... what an induction roar that engine let out... it could wake the dead... supposedly it had a new clutch... but it didn't last the day... it broke down in the middle of a 1/4 mile clearly marked out on my cousin's street... we towed it by a chain to a different spot before his Dad came to look at the mysterious problem with it... little pieces of asbestos and sheet metal were falling out the bottom of the bellhousing...

07-17-2016 06:15 PM
whinny Wow, never thought you guys got them. Thought they were only English cars , I would have loved one. Friend of mine had one . Number plate was .....isle of .......get it?

Later gator
Russ
07-17-2016 06:11 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by whinny View Post
Ford capris , flash car in their day,

Later gator
Russ
And here in the US it was a Mercury Capri, I had a lot of fun in them taking them off my dad's used car lot (he managed, not owned) when I was a new driver at 16. I had a ball with those fast little cars.

Brian
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